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Partially Obstructed Oceanview Porthole Window (OX): Norwegian Sun Cabin Reviews

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Partially Obstructed Oceanview Porthole Window Cabins

4 Reviews
These Oceanview Staterooms can accommodate up to four guests. They include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to sleep up to two more. They also feature a sitting area and a porthole to enjoy the view.

Partially Obstructed Oceanview Porthole Window (OX)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 6
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4026
It was small but not to small...we were hardly ever in the room and it was always kept clean by our sterwad Michael. Very nice and the shower with the HOT water was amazing pressure.
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6001
Was originally worried when we were assigned this cabin immediately when booking a GTY. All the worry was for naught. We got an incredible value having this room for what we paid, especially since we got the UDP included. Room was clean and spacious. The location is off the beaten path down a small hallway that gets no through traffic. Hardly ever even saw another passenger down our hall. Although the view is marked as obstructed, the large porthole window lines up perfectly with the oval cutout on the other side of the jogging track for a perfect view. Noise level was relatively quiet, with the exception of the occasional jogger if you were in the room (mostly between 8am-9am) , however the jogging track is closed form 8pm -8am so no worries about noise at night affecting your sleep. The art auction stores there art in a room off the pathway that leads to the cabin hall. Sometimes there were paintings stacked in the hall as they were putting them away with the occasional boxed being piled up. It did get a little annoying after awhile.
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